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    February in Tuscaloosa

    What’s Happening in Tuscaloosa: February Edition

     

    The weather may be a bit colder but that isn’t stopping T-town from offering a wonderful variety of events this month. February is a great time to get out and enjoy the city of Tuscaloosa. Here is a small sampling of what you can find in Tuscaloosa this month.

     

    ASHLEY MCBRYDE

    1st @ 7 pm, Druid City Music Hall, 1307 University Blvd.

    Enjoy the musical stylings of Ashley McBryde at the Druid City Music Hall to kick off your February. Tickets are $20.

     

    Love Local Luncheon

    7th @ 12:00 pm, Tuscaloosa River Market, 1900 Jack Warner Pkwy.

    At the Love Local Luncheon, you will hear from an all-star panel of local leaders and philanthropists who will share their stories about stepping out of their comfort zone to serve those around them. You’ll also enjoy delicious food, fabulous auction items and engage in stimulating conversation with like-minded people in your community. The goal of the Tuscaloosa Angels is to build community around foster and kinship families who are caring for children who have been through trauma, abuse, and neglect to show them they are not alone. Tickets are $50.

     

    The Great Tuscaloosa Chili Cookoff

    8th @ 10:30 am, Bryant Conference Center, 240 Paul Bryant Drive

    Bring out the whole family for children’s activities, live entertainment, drinks, free ice cream, free cheese biscuits, free chili dogs, t-shirt and apron sales, and the privilege of sampling thirty plus varieties of chili. Vote for your favorite and stick around to see who wins the top honors. Admission is $10 for adults. Kids get in FREE.

     

    Family Night at the Museum

    8th @ 6 pm, Alabama Museum of Natural History, 427 6th Ave.

    Bring your family to the Alabama Museum of Natural History for an evening full of games, activities, and door prizes. This year’s theme will be “Four Seasons”. All ages are welcome to come learn through interactive activities. Admission to this event is FREE.

     

    Tuscaloosa Heritage Festival

    8th @ 3 pm, McDonald Hughes Community Center, 3101 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 

    Join the West Alabama Multicultural Alliance Inc. (WAMA) as they host the third annual Tuscaloosa Heritage Festival. The theme this year is Elevation of Art. There will be art exhibits and a student art competition along with different vendors and food offerings. Admission is FREE.

     

    Darwin Day Celebration

    12th @ 5pm, Alabama Museum of Natural History, 427 6th Ave.

    Visit the Alabama Museum of Natural History to celebrate Charles Darwin’s 210 birthday with the Evolutionary Studies Club and the museum. There will be Darwin themed displays from organizations across campus, activities, and a cake contest. Admission is FREE.

     

    FIRST PLACE TOUR: THE BROOK & THE BLUFF

    15th @ 8 pm, Druid City Music Hall, 1307 University Blvd.

    The Brook & The Bluff is a Birmingham-born, Nashville-based band that just released their debut full-length album, First Place, last October. Come see the talent that has made this band chart on Spotify’s US and Canada Viral 50 Playlists. Tickets are $15. 

     

    Tyler Farr

    29th @ 8 pm, Druid City Music Hall, 1307 University Blvd.

    End February with a bang by spending your leap night enjoying the music of Tyler Farr at the Druid City Music Hall. Tickets start at $25.

     

    February is Hopping in Tuscaloosa

     

    This is just a small list to get you started. There are many cool places to explore in T-town this month. Get out there and enjoy all Tuscaloosa has to offer.

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    Alice Maxwell

    To know Alice Maxwell, Top Agent in Tuscaloosa AL, is quite frankly to love her. Vibrant and charming, she’s one of the region’s most successful REALTORS®. When asked about her sales, she sheepishly says, “Honestly, I’m not sure. I just take care of people. That’s what I love doing.” – Top Agent Magazine A Tuscaloosa Native, it’s this passion for people and knowledge of her hometown that has made Alice Maxwell a top REALTOR® in the Tuscaloosa area since 1993. She is quick to say, “I eat, sleep and breathe real estate. I love taking care of people!” It’s no surprise that clients quickly become lifelong friends, making her business one that is built on personal relationships, personal referrals and corporate relocations. By employing the latest technologies and marketing strategies, Alice does everything possible to ensure her clients’ properties are positioned and marketed for success. She and her team are committed to aggressively marketing their client’s listings, as well as finding the perfect home or condo for their buyers. To further assist her buyer’s need, she has a trusted network of professionals from inspectors, contractors, handymen to loan officers. Devoted to giving back to her community, Alice can often be found hammering at a new Habitat for Humanity house or feeding a group of students from Collegiate Recovery Community. She has served on the United Way Board, the Chamber of Commerce Board, and the Board of Directors for Capstone Bank, and as an Elder at First Presbyterian Church. She also serves her alma mater, The University of Alabama, as a member of the President’s Cabinet, Women of the Capstone, and Human Environmental Sciences Leadership Board. After earning her REALTOR® license, Alice earned her CRS, ABR and GRI designations. Since becoming a principal in Keller Williams Realty Tuscaloosa, she has participated in extensive training--recently completing Keller Williams’ signature training program, BOLD. Her knowledge of the industry paired with her knowledge of the Tuscaloosa market allows her to offer the highest level of service to each client. Because of her training and hard work, she has been named REALTOR® of the Year, and won the Arthur B. Pope award from the Tuscaloosa Association of Realtors. Alice is married to her high school sweetheart, John, and together they are parents of Anne, Davis and Stuart. In the spirit of the Maxwell tradition, all three children have pursued individual careers in different spheres of real estate. When not busy with real estate, Alice and Johnny are often found spending quality time with their five grandchildren, their dogs, close friends or Alice’s 89-year-old mother, Dee. It’s a full and busy life! Alice probably sums it up best saying, “If you had told me years ago that I would be where I am today, I wouldn’t have believed it. I just know that I work hard and I believe that people don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.”

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